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Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops

This unit was raised and enlisted of troops Cleveland , Rutherford, Catawba,Gaston, Davidson and Wake Counties. The company, form 14 May 1861 in Cleveland County, functioned as part of the regiment, , for the entirety of the war. General Robert Ransom served as the Commander of the 49th. Its exploits are reported as part of the regimental history. More detailed information on each of these soldiers can be found in North Carolina Troops 1861-1865 A Roster, Volume X, Infantry, compiled by Weymouth T Jordan, Jr with Unit Histories by Louis H Manarin. All genealogists owe a debt of gratitude to these gentlemen for their wonderful tribute to our ancestors.

These soldiers resided in Cleveland, Rutherford and Gaston Counties.

OFFICERS:

CORBETT, William S, Captain

CABINESS, Harvey, 1st Lieutenant

CONLEY, H Clay, 2nd Lieutenant

HICKS, F Y, 2nd Lieutenant

HIGGINS, J Marion, 1st Lieutenant

HORRAN G D, 2nd Lieutenant

HUNT, R W, 2nd Lieutenant

LATTIMORE, D, 2nd Lieutenant

LYTLE, Thomas T, 2nd Lieutenant

MCGINNIS, J J, 1st Lieutenant

NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS:

ANTHONY, J D, Musician

BRACKETT, J H, 2nd Corporal

CABINESS, F W, 1st Corporal

HORD, Richard M, Musician, mustered out as a 2nd Lieutenant Contact another researcher...

JARRETT, Milton, 4th Corporal
JARREL, Milton
Researcher, Eugene E Jarrel has been kind enough to supply correct spelling for this Veteran's name, as welL as that of Milton's brother A B Jarrel.
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MCINTIRE, S M, 3rd Corporal

WATERS, John A, 4th Sergeant

WITHROW, J C, 3rd Sergeant

PRIVATES:

BAXTER,G C

BOGGS, N E

BOGGS, S M C

BRACKETT, John,

BRACKETT, Joseph

CABANESS, H

CARTER, J C

CHARLES, R F

CLARK, M Y

CLARK, R F

COLLINS, J W

DEVINEY, J W

DILLINGER, N H

DIVINEY, J M

DIVINEY, W G

DOWNS, J,

ELLIOTT, C R

FINCH, W M

FORBES, Joseph

FRONEBERGER, C M

FRONEBERGER, J R

GIBSON, O P

GLADDEN, Hosea M Contact another researcher...

GLADDEN, Lacy Contact another researcher...

GLADDEN, James A Contact another researcher...

GLENN, J E

GOINS, Michael

GOLD, T R

GREEN, G M, killed 8 March 1864 at Suffolk See my salute to Great-Great-Grand Uncle Gilbert.

HUNT, E

HUNT, T E

IRBY, J K Jr

IRVIN, A H

JARRELL, A B, from Rutherford County, wounded at Malvern Hill, killed 13 December 1862 at Fredericksburg. Name correction: JARREL, A B. Researcher, Eugene E Jarrel Has been kind enough to supply correct spelling for this Veteran's name, as well as that of A B's brother, Milton. Contact another researcher...

JOHNSON, S C

JONES, D D

LATTIMORE, J L

LEDFORD, William

LONDON, J R

MCGINNESS, S P

MCINTIRE, R W

MODE, A F

MODE, A H

MODE, D See my salute to Great-Great-Grand Uncle Divaney.

MODE, J C

MODE, J T

MODE, Samuel

MODE, William

PARKER, Joseph, killed 30 July 1864 See my salute to Great-Great-Grand Uncle Joseph.

PETTY, J F

PHILBECK, A H

PHILBECK, P H

PHILBECK, T G

PRICE, W P

PROCTOR, William

PUTNAM, E L

PUTNAM, Samuel

PUTNAM, W A

ROLLINS, S R

SHORT, W H

SILLS, John, from Rutherford County

SPECK, J J, from Rutherford County

SPECK, J P, from Rutherford County

TOWERY, Isaac

TOWERY, J R

TOWERY, R P

WATERS, D W, from Rutherford County

WATERS, Jonathan, from Rutherford County

WATERS, J W

WHITE, Thomas, from Rutherford County

WIGGINS, E C

WIGGINS, F M

WIGGINS, R M

WIGGINS, W M

WILLIAMS, Alfred

WILSON, J A

WITHROW, J B, from Rutherford County

WITHROW, J C

WITHROW, T J, from Rutherford County

WITHROW, W P, from Rutherford County


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